By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
Welcome back to another week at redbankgreen. Here’s a glance back at the stories that filled our cyberpages last week.
On the crime scene, assault, theft and sexual assault were all items in Red Bank’s police blotter, while Middletown police were busy dealing with lots of illegal substances. For the second week in a row, Fair Haven was hit with another round of vehicle break-ins.
Also for the second consecutive week, Riverview Medical Center got a financial boost from across the river.
A Middletown father of five was killed last Saturday on the Garden State Parkway, and the driver of car that collided with his was charged with DWI.
Earth Day is coming up. If you’re into saving the planet or saving money on trash bags, the county is offering tips on composting.
Engineering firm T&M Associates topped the statewide list of government contractors in terms of contributions to political campaigns. Will Red Bank Councilman Mike DuPont take on Jen Beck for her state Senate seat? Not this year, he says.
Local Pop Warner teams, save Rumson-Fair Haven, defected to a new football league.
In these pluvial days of April, Tom Chesek writes that the sun will come out tomorrow.
Need a place to get your reel ready for summer? A place might be coming to Red Bank.
At Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, students pushed a pledge for no booze and got a visit from outer space. And a Red Bank Primary School teacher is heading to Yale for her achievements in music education.
A popular Middletown hotspot isn’t so well-received by neighbors.